Pete’s Dragon,” A Reimagining of Disney’s Cherished Family Film Review

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Pete's Dragon," A Reimagining of Disney's Cherished Family Film Review
 
From the studio that brought you The Jungle Book, comes, Walt Disney’s  “Pete’s Dragon,” a reimagining of Disney’s Cherished family film centered on an orphaned boy named Pete ad his best friend Elliot, who just happens to be a dragon– on Digital HD and BLU-RAY + DVD. Available On-Demand and anywhere Disney movies are sold. 
 
When a mysterious 10-year-old boy, Pete, turns-up claiming to live in the woods with a giant green dragon, it is up to the forest ranger, Grace, and young Natalie to learn where the boy came from, where he belongs, and the truth about this magical dragon. Families can now embark on the journey with Pete and his dragon in the comfort of their home.  During this holiday season, this will be a great heartwarming gift to entertain the entire family. 
 
I remember when I was just a little kid when the original 1977 movie, “Pete’s Dragon” came out. It was such an amazing movie, some have forgotten the beloved movie, until a wonderful 2016 remake surfaced. Families and friends will be enthralled by this marvelous movie, followed by never-before-seen bonus features. 
 
The Blu-Ray version bonus extras include as follows:
 
Notes To Self: A Director’s Diary.
 
Director David Lowery narrates the personal diary he kept through the filming of Pete’s Dragon in this intimate and fascinating look at the movie’s making.
 
Making Magic.
 
Discover fun facts about what went into designing this spectacular, lovable dragon.
 
“Disappearing” Moments.
 
The director shares a montage of the films “lost” or deleted scenes if you will. 
 
Audio Commentary.
 
With director David Lowery, Co-writer Toby Halbrooks and Actors Oakes Fegley and Oona Laurence. 
 
Music Videos:
 
“Nobody Knows” by The Lumineers
“Something Wild” by Lindsey Stirling (featuring Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness)
Bloopers 
This was truly a magical movie. It took an old beloved children’s film and brought it back with a new and improved approach. I enjoyed the new look of Elliot, a more modern and updated dragon.The animation that went behind creating such an awestruck characters must’ve been time consuming. This will be a wonderful gift this holiday season for any adult who enjoyed the original 1977 movie, or a young child who can make their very own memories with this family movie. 

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